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The documentary, directed by Ric Burns, opens this weekend.
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We culled the city for a few alternative methods of awkward transportation.
I’m all for Lionel Richie as guest singer for this year’s Fourth of July broadcast of the Boston Pops.
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The Stanley Cup series is not just a great moment in sports — but also pop culture.
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Simone’s vocals are a well-tuned gateway to raw, emotive power.
Reaching a catharsis from New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys.
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